USA & Germany
Anchor & Hope is a small craft winery located in Rumford, Rhode Island that collaborates with small family farms in Germany, California, Oregon, Rhode Island and New York to grow grapes and make incredible wines. They focus on lesser known, under marketed wine regions that are up-and-coming and producing great fruit. Their mission is to offer high quality, hand crafted and sustainably produced wines to the local market at an affordable price.
In 1996, winemaker Alvaro Espinoza and his family planted two acres of vines around their home in Maipo. In an attempt to fulfill a decades-long dream to make a personal, handcrafted, and instinctively guided wine with the conviction to honestly express the noble soils of the Maipo Valley.
Marlborough, New Zealand
We have spent over 20 years in Marlborough developing 5 world class vineyards, that represent the regions diverse terroir.
Our vineyards are proudly certified by the Sustainable Wine growing New Zealand™ program.
Combining knowledge of old world wine making, with the latest techniques and technologies is what separates Ant Moore wines from the crowds.
Tupungato, Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina
The young winemaker Leandro Boullaude, belongs to the 5th generation of the Citon family that arrived in Mendoza from Veneto in 1896 to be pioneers in Mendoza viticulture.
Leandro learned to make wines during his harvests in Argentina and Spain, under the sponsorship of renowned winemakers such as the Michelini Brothers and the Luna del Bierzo family.
Bocanada Wines offers young but complex wines from the Uco Valley, as is its creator. Little interventionist enology of fermented wines and raised in concrete eggs and used French oak barrels.
The love of vine and the tradition of wine making are hereditary in the Bodri family. Currently, three generations are working on the estate to produce precious specialty wines.
Napa Valley, CA
BYDAND (pronounced BUY-danned) is a wine of integrity and tradition. The Old Scots word means steady, constant and abiding – the time-honored motto of the Scottish Clan Gordon, as well as the guiding principle for their winemaking. The strawberry flowers on our logo are both a key part of the Gordon coat of arms, and a salute to their agricultural tradition.
Eklektikon was born in 2011, with passion for Greek wine and Greek pride, realizing that Greek wine and culture were not properly represented in the US. Their vision was the creation of a “bridge” between Greek tradition and the US market, in the form of imported handcrafted natural Greek wines.
Flanagan wines are sourced from the top sites in Sonoma County and are world class expressions of each grape varietal.
From the Brigitte Bardot of Corbières and her endearing husband come the wines of Fond Cyprès, a soulful, luscious lineup of Carignan, Syrah, Grenache, Grenache Blanc, Roussanne, Viognier, Muscat, Cinsault and blends thereof.
Württemberg, Swabia, Germany
In the shadow of a fairytale castle, at elevations up to 1,000 meters above sea level, Helmut and Hedwig Dolde grow Silvaner, Pinots (Noir and Blanc), Riesling and Weißburgunder with integrity and care, channeling some of the most exciting terroirs we have seen for years: Weiße Jura (aka marne blanche) and some small plots of volcanic soils in and around the villages of Linsenhofen and Neuffen (that takes its name from the imposing castle that dominates the area), and Braune Jura soils on the promising and yet depressingly underutilized slopes around nearby Metzingen.
Baden, Swabia, Germany
Holger’s wines are grandpa chic—that is to say, they are how Burgundy used to taste when grandpa was just a fresh young lad: pre-global warming. It used to be that you’d struggle for ripeness in the Kaiserstuhl, even though it’s the warmest climate in Germany. But with rising temperatures throughout Europe, what used to be Burgundy now tastes like Weingut Holger Koch.
Baden, Swabia, Germany
*Exclusive collaboration between Super Glou and Leon Gold
This tart, zippy pet'nat of Trollinger is the gold standard (pun intended) for mouth-wateringly fresh glou glou juice that will sustain you through the end of summer. Made in a pet’nat style, the wine is spontaneously fermented and carbonation occurs naturally in bottle. It bursts with notes of pink grapefruit, underripe strawberries, cherries, and wild rose, and the finish will surprise you with a big hit of minerality and a lingering Hubba Bubba dust. It’s always golden hour with this Pink Gold sour.